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DATABASE. SYSTEM CONCEPTS. SIXTH EDITION. Abraham Silberschatz. Yale University. Henry F. Korth. Lehigh University. S. Sudarshan. INSTRUCTOR'S MANUAL TO ACCOMPANY Database System Concepts Sixth Edition Abraham Silberschatz Yale University Henry F. Korth Lehigh University. Solutions to Practice Exercises. We provide solutions to the Practice Exercises of the Sixth Edition of Database System Concepts, by Silberschatz, Korth and.
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Before that, he held a chaired professorship in the Department of Computer Sciences at the University of Texas at Austin. His research interests include operating systems, database systems, real-time systems, storage systems, network management, and distributed systems.
He is an author of the textbook Operating System Concepts. Henry F. His research interests include XML data management, web-based data, main-memory database systems, real-time systems, parallel systems and other topics. Before joining Bell Laboratories, Prof.
Watson Research Center. Sudarshan is an author of over 60 papers in different areas of database systems and holds 13 patents. His current research interests include query processing and optimization, authorization, and keyword querying of databases. In addition to being the architect of several software systems dealing with database internals, he has also been responsible for building and maintaining a variety of database applications used in IIT Bombay. For student information, online assignment submissions, course registrations, and grades.
For reservation of tickets, and schedule information. For updating new, maintainence of archives. For product data, availability and pricing informations, order-tracking facilities, and generating recommendation lists. Physical data independence is the ability to modify the physical scheme without making it necessary to rewrite application programs.
For each re- sponsibility, explain the problems that would arise if the responsibility were not discharged. Exercises 3 Answer: If these responsibilities were not met by a given DBMS and the text points out that sometimes a responsibility is omitted by design, such as concur- rency control on a single-user DBMS for a micro computer the following problems can occur, respectively: Unauthorized users may access the database, or users authorized to access part of the database may be able to access parts of the database for which they lack authority.
Data could be lost permanently, rather than at least being available in a consistent state that existed prior to a failure. Consistency constraints may be violated despite proper integrity en- forcement in each transaction. Declarative languages are easier for programmers to learn and use and even more so for non-programmers.
Updates to the building name and budget may get performed on some of the copies but not others, resulting in an inconsistent state where it is not clear what is the actual building name and budget of a department. Ideally, we would like to have the department information in the database irrespective of whether the department has an associated instructor or not, without resorting to null values.
Which is better suited for Web applications? In a two-tier application architecture, the application runs on the client machine, and directly communicates with the database system running on server.
The three-tier archicture is better suited for Web applications. Some possible tables are: A content table containing user provided content, such as text and images, associated with the user who uploaded the content. Exercises 5 c. A friends table recording for each user which other users are connected to that user. The kind of connection may also be recorded in this table. A permissions table, recording which category of friends are allowed to view which content uploaded by a user.
For example, a user may share some photos with family but not with all friends. In particular, the chapters on SQL do not require any further knowl- edge of relational algebra.
However, courses that cover internals, in particular query processing, require a more detailed coverage of relational algebra, which is provided in Chapter 6. Exercises 2. What are the appropriate primary keys?
Given your choice of primary keys, identify appropriate foreign keys. The primary keys of the various schema are underlined. We allow customers to have more than one account, and more than one loan. The foreign keys are as follows i. For loan: For borrower: Attribute customer name referencing customer and loan number referencing loan iii. For account: For depositor: Attribute customer name referencing customer and account number referencing account 2.
Suppose a student can have more than one advisor.
Then, would s id still be a primary key of the advisor relation? If not, what should the primary key of advisor be?
No, s id would not be a primary key, since there may be two or more tuples for a single student, corresponding to two or more advisors. The primary key should then be s id, i id. For example, student ss , name is a relation schema and John Mary is a relation based on that schema.
Give an expression in the relational algebra to express each of the following queries: Exercises 9 b. Give an expression in the rela- tional algebra for each of the following queries: Nulls may be introduced into the database because the actual value is either unknown or does not exist.